While the COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenging time, at MercyCare we have been heartened by the positive community spirit that has still managed to shine through.
Results from a 2018 Edith Cowan University research project were released last month showing improvements in seniors’ overall wellbeing following the completion of a 12-week exercise program by ...
Letter writing program introduced across residential aged care and retirement living.
MercyCare’s Mirrabooka teams have celebrated Reconciliation Week with authentic food, symbolic activities and indigenous music at a staff lunch event.
Learning and growing between the generations continues at MercyCare under its Intergenerational Program.
MercyCare and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have teamed up to investigate the impact of using digital technology to reduce depression and loneliness in older people.
The activities and events held across MercyCare during Reconciliation Week show our dedication and commitment to the process of reconciliation. Here are some of the ways we recognised this ...
CEO Anthony Smith shares a letter to staff to acknowledge the start of National Reconciliation Week and shares a video where our MercyCare community discuss what reconciliation means to them.